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Rearranged: Art of the Flower. Image is a woman in a red headscarf looking at a large colourful painting of flowers on a gallery wall.

Exhibition review: Rearranged: Art of the Flower, Museum of Brisbane

An exhibition that opens up a world of natural beauty in our own backyard.

Deep inside my heart. Image is a bronze figure bending right over from the waist and holding their feet. There are beads all around their feet. Elsewhere in the gallery space are plinths with sculptures on them and art works on the walls.

Exhibition review: Deep inside my heart, NGA

The NGA's collection show has oomph and demonstrates the importance of collecting lineages.

Typewriter artist James Cook recreates view of Big Ben on site. Image is a hand holding up an image of Big Ben while looking down from a rooftop opposite the Palace of Westminster in London.

Typewriter artist creates sensations with hidden messages

London-based artist James Cook uses typewriters to create masterful pieces.

Adopt an Artwork. Jennifer Taylor, Registrar and Collections Manager at NERAM among some of the adopted artworks that are part of the 'Adopt An Artwork' exhibition currently on at NERAM. Photo: Supplied.

Adopt an Artwork raises $30,000 for preservation at regional museum

NERAM's Adopt an Artwork program shows symbolic ownership and direct connection are key to driving donations for preservation.


Exhibition review: Beneath the Surface, Behind the Scenes, Heide Museum of Modern Art

A bold exhibition that traverses cultures while highlighting our connections.


Exhibition review: Heather Wunjarra Koowootha, Cairns Art Gallery

Moving away from her hallmark lithographs to the flora of her Peoples and Country, Koowootha's new series is a must-see.


Exhibition review: Toys, Tales and Tenacity, Shrine of Remembrance

An exhibition that provides an insight into the impact and experience of war on children.


Exhibition review: Don Quixote, Sutton Gallery

An exhibition based on The Australian Ballet's adaptation of Don Quixote.

Eight Art Collective WA artists ranging in age from around sixty to eighty, posing for a photo in front of their work in a gallery space.

Ten years on, a gallery, but not a gallery, still going its own way

Faced with a collapsing local gallery scene, a group of WA artists rewrote the rule book on how their work…


Exhibition review: Know My Name: Making it Modern, NGA

The third instalment in the NGA series, ‘Know My Name: Making it Modern’ is a beautiful show that encapsulates Australian…

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